42 Court Street is a striking end terrace home with bold bay windows and surprisingly spacious accommodation which is gas centrally heated throughout. At the rear is a paved patio garden and the internal accommodation comprises an entrance lobby, hallway, sitting room with an open fireplace, a large kitchen/dining room and a laundry on the ground floor, whilst on the first floor there is a bright landing, three bedrooms and a bathroom and a huge attic with a big master bedroom and study area. This spacious family home is close to the primary school and swimming pool and the senior school bus service leaves from the nearby car park. This is a lovely townhouse and viewing is recommended.
This home is centrally located just 150 metres from the bustling town centre which has a wide variety of day to day and specialist shops, pubs, cafes, a tea room, a restaurant and hotel. Moretonhampstead has a parish church and chapel, a modern primary school, a pre school and excellent sports facilities with a sports centre with football and cricket pitches, a bowling club, tennis club, pony club, skate park and a nearby open air swimming pool in the summertime. The town is surrounded by countryside and moorland walks yet the A30 and A38 are roughly equidistant at about 8 miles and Exeter is approximately 12 miles along the B3212.
A canopy porch with a tiled roof shelters the part glazed panelled door which has a top light for additional natural lighting.
Entrance Lobby (6' 6'' x 3' 3'' (1.98m x 0.99m))
Featuring an original tiled floor, space for coats and boots and wall mounted circuit breakers and electric meters. A part obscure glazed inner panel and a panelled door lead into the hall.
A staircase rises to the first floor and has pine balusters, posts and handrails and there is a single panel radiator and panelled doors to the sitting room and kitchen/dining room.
Sitting Room (14' 10'' x 12' 3'' (4.52m x 3.73m))
A spacious and comfortable room south facing and with a rustic rough plastered painted fireplace set above a tiled and wood trimmed hearth with an oak mantel shelf and matching adjacent plinths and shelves. Ceiling mouldings are still in place, as are the picture rails and to the front is a pretty bay window with new Upvc double glazed windows and an oak seat. A T.V. Point is fitted, ample power points and a double panel radiator.
Family Kitchen/Dining Room (21' 11'' x 10' 5'' (6.68m x 3.17m))
This is a big spacious room with coved ceilings and a central arch with painted architraves and a wood effect laminate floor. There is a side window and two rear facing windows for natural light and a part glazed door and panels which lead into the utility/laundry At the western end of the room in the dining area is a shelved former fireplace with an adjacent cupboard and shelves and a further latched door which leads to the understairs storage cupboard. There is a double panel radiator and a wall light point as well as a pendant light above the area for the dining table.
The kitchen part of the room has a range of fitted base and wall cabinets with solid wood work surfaces and a five burner gas hob fitted beneath a stainless steel and glass extractor hood which also has a light. A gas fired oven and grill are mounted at eye level and adjacent is space for an upright fridge/freezer. Concealed within the units is a rubbish separator drawer and clever pull out shelving and carousel shelves and there are also additional wall mounted shelves with work top lighting attached. A telephone shelf is fitted in one corner and there is a double panel radiator which sits beneath the large kitchen window which looks out to the patio garden. It may be possible to swop this window and move the radiator to create some French doors to the patio.
Laundry/Utility Room (10' 7'' x 8' 2'' (3.22m x 2.49m))
This has a wood floor and is fitted with roll work surfaces and some base cabinets incorporating a 11/2 bowl composite sink with mixer taps and adjacent plumbing and space for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher. Splashbacks are tiled and there are three windows and a part glazed door to the patio.
Bedroom 1 (10' 4'' x 13' 5'' (3.15m x 4.09m))
To the front. This bedroom has a large bay window to the front and is fitted with two sets of louvered door wardrobes with top cupboards, shelving and hanging space. There is a built in dressing table surface and an opening covered by a curtain which leads through to an ensuite shower room.
Ensuite Shower Room
Fitted with a fully tiled shower cubicle with glazed sliding doors and side panels and an adjacent low level w.C. And a pedestal wash hand basin.
Bedroom 2 (11' 9'' x 10' 3'' (3.58m x 3.12m))
This bedroom has a large rear window and hanging space in an open closet, a fitted dressing table and shelves. There is a double panel radiator.
Bedroom 3 (9' 11'' x 7' 1'' (3.02m x 2.16m))
This is a front facing single room with a large multi paned window, a double panel radiator, a painted wood floor, fitted double wardrobes with hanging space, shelving and a top cupboard and an adjacent dressing table surface.
This has a painted wood floor, a rear window, a coved ceiling and a double panel radiator. The bathroom is fitted with a pressed steel bath with wooden side panels and tiled splashbacks, a low level w.C., a pedestal wash hand basin and built in cupboards concealing the mains gas combi central heating boiler and a linen cupboard with shelving.
Top Floor (20' 5'' x 15' 5'' (6.22m x 4.70m))
This is a large bright space with two Velux double glazed skylights to the front and some views to the moor and countryside. Eaves storage is built in and there are four wall light points. A solid waist height balustrade surrounds the stairwell on three sides and there is a timber clad lime washed separator screen which gives a little bit of privacy between the bedroom and study area.
The study area measures 10’ 3 x 5’11 (3.12 m x 1.8 m) approximately and is an integral part of the bedroom. There is a large double panel radiator and presently there is a desk top mounted in the study area.
This is enclosed by a brick wall and gateway and is paved with a raised brick planter and space for a good size bench and table. There is a wall mounted carriage lamp.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
From the cobbled town square face west and walk along Court Street past the newsagents and post office. No 42 is on the right side just after the iron balustrade alongside the road.
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